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Spots spots spots!!!! Everywhere

Everything is clear and bright but in the middle of the screen there is a discolored purple spot that came from who knows where and is always there when light colors are around it now another spot is showing up at the bottom left. there are no magnets around but that what these spost look like. What are they and how do i get rid or them?

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  • Tazmaster Nov 24, 2007

    I have a red spot in the lower right of the screen and now a blue spot is showing up in the top right of the screen

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Don't spend the money on replacing the light engine! Panasonic has a new eprom upgrade that fixes the problem. Took about 15 minutes for the repair tech to do the upgrade. My set was a little over a year old and Panasonic covered the repair.

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Had the same problem. It is the light engine. Needs to be replaced. Was told it would cost $600+ to fix if I didnt have the warranty. Two weeks later Panasonic called and told me that they cant get parts for it and are upgrading people with the same problem to a 50 inch model.

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It sounds like it could be either an issue with the video processing in the unit or an issue with the light engine in the unit.

Posted on Jun 09, 2007

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